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Will CEOs Put Their Money Where Their Mouths Are? • 2020 was a banner year for social activism in the business world. But now, leaders have to build on those gains. How? Here are the four trends that will dominate the corporate social responsibility movement in 2021
NYC’s ‘Cheerleader in Chief’ • Andrew Yang wants to be the next New York City mayor. The entrepreneur-turned-politician on the pandemic, the police, universal basic income—and bicycle lanes.
WALLED IN • HOW BIDEN’S CHINA OPTIONS ARE LIMITED BY TRUMP’S POLICIES — AND HIS OWN DONORS’ BUSINESS AMBITIONS
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Best Maternity Hospitals 2021 • → Nothing is more exciting, more happy—or more stressful—than the birth of a child. Choosing the right hospital to see to the health and well-being of both mother and baby can take some of the worry out of the experience.
The Punisher Goes Rogue • Marvel’s vigilante has been adopted by some extremists, and there’s not much the company can do about it
Women Making History During the Pandemic